Question G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200Mhz C14 or Neo 3600Mhz C16 for AMD R5 3600...

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Hey guys, was just stuck between these two memory for my new r5 3600 build, I'm using the Tomahawk B450 max as the Mobo as well.

They both cost the same at my local shop but I was wondering whether its worth going neo for that 3600Mhz at a higher latency.

Sorry I'm not very experienced in this and any feedback is appreciated. :)
 

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That CPU specifies 3200 MHz RAM, unless your overclocking you won't be able to use any of the extra performance the 3600 MHz RAM provides. I'd just stick with the 3200 MHz which still gives very respectable performance with the Ryzen 5 3600 and you have the extra benefit from the lower CL14 RAM.
 

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Hey guys, was just stuck between these two memory for my new r5 3600 build, I'm using the Tomahawk B450 max as the Mobo as well.

They both cost the same at my local shop but I was wondering whether its worth going neo for that 3600Mhz at a higher latency.

Sorry I'm not very experienced in this and any feedback is appreciated. :)
They both are same the latency increases as mhz increases.... Better go with 3600mhz and try to overclock the CPU...
 

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